Hubert Ludwig, Ball State University

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Technology and Reasoning in Algebra and Geometry Daniel B. Hirschhorn and Denisse R. Thompson Explorations to foster reasoning in mathematics. The geometry portion utilizes dynamic software. (889, 1996) 138 - 142 Folded Paper, Dynamic Geometry, and Proof: A Three-Tier Approach to the Conics Daniel P. Scher Folding conics and constructing Sketchpad models. (889, 1996) 188 - 193 Theorems in Motion: Using Dynamic Geometry to Gain Fresh Insights Daniel P. Scher Construction of a constant-perimeter rectangle; a constant area rectangle. (889, 1996) 330 - 332 Using Interactive-Geometry Software for Right-Angle Trigonometry Charles Vonder Embse and Arne Englebretsen Directions for the exploration utilizing The Geometer's Sketchpad, Cabri Geometry II, and TI-92 Geometry. (889, 1996) 602 - 605 Geometry and Proof Michael T. Battista and Douglas H. Clements Connecting Research to Teaching. Discussion of research and instructional possibilities. Includes comments on computer programs and classroom recommendations. (88, 1995) 48 - 54 From Drawing to Construction with The Geometer's Sketchpad William F. Finzer and Dan S. Bennett Understanding the difference between a drawing and a construction. (88, 1995) 428 - 431 Conjectures in Geometry and The Geometer's Sketchpad Claudia Giamati Exploration as a foundation on which to base proof. (88, 1995) 456 - 458 Network Neighbors William F. Finzer An experiment in network collaboration using The Geometer's Sketchpad. (88, 1995) 475 - 477 Technology in Perspective Albert A. Cuoco, E. Paul Goldenberg, and Jane Mark Technology Tips. Constructions and investigations with dynamic geometry software. (87, 1994) 450 - 452 Teaching Relationships between Area and Perimeter with The Geometer's Sketchpad Michael E. Stone For all n-gons with the same perimeter, what shape will have the greatest area? Sketchpad investigations of the problem. (87, 1994) 590 - 594 Dynamic Geometry Environments: What's the Point? Celia Hoyles and Richard Noss Technology Tips. Constructions in Cabri Geometry. (87, 1994) 716 - 717 Mathematical Iteration through Computer Programming Mary Kay Prichard Some of the problems involved are geometry related. Cutting figures, diagonals of a polygon, figurate numbers. (86, 1993) 150 - 156 The Geometry Proof Tutor: An "Intelligent" Computer-based Tutor in the Classroom Richard Wertheimer A description of classroom experiences with the GPTutor. (83, 1990) 308 - 317 Students' Microcomputer-aided Exploration in Geometry Daniel Chazan Using the Geometric Supposers. (83, 1990) 628 - 635 Let the Computer Draw the Tessellations That You Design Jimmy C. Woods Gives BASIC routines to save time in the drawing of tessellations. (81, 1988) 138 - 141 Using Logo Pseudoprimitives for Geometric Investigations, Michael T. Battista and Douglas H. Clements A set of Logo procedures to allow the investigation of traditional geometric topics. (81, 1988) 166 - 174 Estimating Pi by Microcomputer Richard J. Donahoe Four BASIC programs using different techniques. (81, 1988) 203 - 206 Integrating Spreadsheets into the Mathematics Classroom Janet L. McDonald Some of the spreadsheets presented involve geometric investigations. (81, 1988) 615 - 622 Periodic Pictures Ray S. Nowak Activities involving graphical symmetries produced by periodic decimals. BASIC program provided. 80, (1987) 126 - 137. Lessons Learned While Approximating Pi James E. Beamer Approximations of pi. BASIC, FORTRAN, and TI55-II programs provided. 80, (1987) 154 - 159. Turtle Graphics and Mathematical Induction Frederick S. Klotz Revising the FD command in Logo. Links to inductive proofs. 80, (1987) 636 - 639, 654. Reflection Patterns for Patchwork Quilts Duane DeTemple Forming patchwork quilt patterns by reflecting a single square back and forth between inner and outer rectangles. Investigating the periodic patterns formed. BASIC program included. 79, (1986) 138 - 143. Logo and the Closed-Path Theorem Alton T. Olson Investigation of some plane geometry theorems utilizing Logo and the Closed-Path Theorem. Logo procedure included. 79, (1986) 250 - 255 The Geometric Supposer: Promoting Thinking and Learning Michal Yerushalmy and Richard A. Houde A description of classroom use of the Supposer. 79, (1986) 418 - 422. Logo in the Mathematics Curriculum Tom Addicks Using Logo to produce bar graphs and pie charts. 79, (1986) 424 - 428. Where Is the Ball Going? Examination of ball paths on a pool table. BASIC routine included. 79, (1986) 456 - 460. Circles and Star Polygons Clark Kimberling BASIC programs for producing the shapes. 78, (1985) 46 - 51. Investigating Shapes, Formulas, and Properties With LOGO Daniel S. Yates LOGO activities leading to results on areas and triangle geometry. 78, (1985) 355 - 360. (See correction p. 472.) Measuring the Areas of Golf Greens and Other Irregular Regions W. Gary Martin and Joao Ponto Divide the region into triangles having a common vertex at an interior point. BASIC program provided. 78, (1985) 385 - 389. A Piagetian Approach to Transformation Geometry via Microworlds Patrick W. Thompson The use of a computerized microworld called Motions to allow students to work with transformation geometry. 78, (1985) 465 - 471. Microworlds: Options for Learning and Teaching Geometry Joseph F. Aieta Using Logo in order to study relations in families of figures. Logo procedures provided. 78, (1985) 473 - 480. High Resolution Plots of Trigonometric Functions Marvin E. Stick and Michael J. Stick Some of the plots were part of a "mathematics in art" project in a high school geometry class. BASIC routines provided. 78, (1985) 632 - 636. A Square Share: Problem Solving with Squares Some geometry and work with Logo. 77, (1984) 414 - 420. Shipboard Weather Observation Richard J. Palmaccio Vector geometry applied to determining wind velocity from a moving ship. BASIC programs provided. 76, (1983) 165 - 169. Geometric Transformations On A Microcomputer Thomas W. Shilgalis Microcomputer programs for use in demonstrating motions and similarities. 75, (1982) 16 - 19. Formal Axiomatic Systems and Computer Generated Theorems Michael T. Battista The use of a microcomputer in the development of an abstract system. 75, (1982) 215 - 220. Visualization, Estimation, Computation Evan M. Maletsky Activities for investigating the manner in which the dimensions of a cone change as its shape changes. BASIC program provided. 75, (1982) 759 - 764. Using The Computer To Help Prove Theorems Louise Hay Using a computer in an attempt to generate possible counterexamples can be an aid toward finding a proof for the theorem. 74, (1981) 132 - 138. Computer Classification Of Triangles and Quadrilaterals - A Challenging Application J. Richard Dennis Computer application, uses coordinates of vertices. 71, (1978) 452 - 458. An Investigation Of Integral 60 degree and 120 degree Triangles Richard C. Muller Law of cosines investigation. Computer related. 70, (1977) 315 - 318. H.J.L. 07/15/97 email: 00hjludwig@bsu.edu home page: http://www.cs.bsu.edu/~hjludwig/ |

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